Carroll, Margaret L.||Wells, Philip C.
M.S. Ed. (Master of Education)
Department of Education
Home and school
This paper is concerned with the study of how parent-teacher conferences are conducted. The specific purpose of this study is to develop a plan of reporting pupil progress for the schools of Aurora, West. Reporting pupil progress is one of the most direct contacts between the child's family and the school. This function is of concern to parents, teachers, administrators, and students. The method of reporting pupil progress can be a constructive part of an educational program. School people are looking for ways to improve their methods of reporting. Administrators and teachers have been experimenting for years, however even schools with the most modem system of reporting still find room for improvement. In many school locations, a program of parent-teacher conferences has been developed as a plan of reporting pupil progress.
Bergman, Lorna E., "A study of how parent-teacher conferences are conducted, for the purpose of developing a plan of reporting pupil progress for the schools of Aurora, West" (1960). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 625.
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